Italy National Football Team Suit Worn by Ciro Immobile
Take home this dark blue Italy national football team suit made by Dolce & Gabbana for the 2015 season, worn by SS Lazio striker Ciro Immobile.
The players' suits are made up of three pieces with Martini fit in light navy blue wool including a two-button jacket with peaked lapels and ton sur ton buttons with blue inner piping to recall the colors of the national team.
The Italy emblem is positioned on the right pocket of the jacket.
The suit comprises a jacket, waistcoat and pants and has been personalized with an inner label in Immobile's name.
- Jacket size: 50
- Waistcoat size: 50
- Pant size: 50
Please note: European sizes are used.
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